Thursday 12 November
- Conversation between Tom Wood and Mark Durden, 6pm, admission free, reservation recommended, in English
- Opening at CCI of “Tom Wood: Paysages Intimes” 6-9pm, admission free
- Opening at Espace Lhomond of “Ailbhe Greaney: Street Flower” and “Belfast Exposed Futures” 6pm – 8pm, admission free. Book launch by Mark Duffy, winner of the Vienna Photobook Award. Source Magazine stand.
- After party with electro-pop group Not Squares, 8pm, admission free
- “Carte blanche” for photographer Richard Mosse at Fondation Cartier (boulevard Raspail, 14e), 9pm - evening of performances and installation together with Congolese artists. Check website for details and tickets.
Friday 13 – Sunday 15 November
Espace Lhomond, 21 rue Lhomond, Paris 5ème
Friday and Saturday: 12 noon-6pm; Sunday 12 noon to 4pm
Ailbhe Greaney Street Flowers
The movement of women from Vietnam to Paris between 1914 and 1954 is explored in this photographic exhibition Street Flower. Multi-coloured floral jackets worn en masse through the streets of Hanoi and Saigon conjure up the image of a moving garden. Here, aspects of Vietnamese sun, style and subtlety of substance, are re-imagined within a Parisian landscape.
Belfast Exposed Futures
Belfast Exposed Photography’s new Futures programme promotes early-career photographic talent from Northern Ireland over the course of a year.
For this special showcase of work in collaboration with the CCI, the six Futures artists exhibit works from their individual projects: Alberto Maserin, Jan McCullough, Jill Quigley, Joanne Mullin, Peter Evers, Ruby Wallis.
These exhibitions are organised with the support of Institut Suisse Océan